Conner Dailey

Graduate Student, University of Waterloo

About Conner Dailey

I am interested in strong gravity and I study at the University of Waterloo and the Perimeter Institute in Ontario, Canada. My previous work was at the University of Nevada, Reno, where I searched for dark mater candidates with the global positioning system.


High-energy astrophysics Dark energy and dark matter Computational astrophysics General relativity and gravity

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Contributor Nature Astronomy

Quantum messengers for high-energy astrophysics

The discovery of the first neutron star merger in 2017 has laid incredible importance on multi-messenger astronomy. Networks of precision quantum sensors can act as such messengers for high energy astrophysical events and can probe exotic physics.


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